Fifty-six clues, but no leads. One week after a spectacular jewellery robbery in Germany’s most famous department store, the KaDeWe in Berlin, the police are still in the dark, authorities said Sunday.
The German car industry is already feeling the first positive effects of an environmental bonus brought in at the beginning of the year, German auto industry association VDA said on Sunday.
Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel of the Social Democrats (SPD) launched an angry broadside against coalition partners Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its Bavaria CSU allies on Sunday for blocking the long-planned environmental rulebook in this legislative period.
Relatives of the 69-year-old Swedish man kidnapped in Colombia in 2007 have received a video message from him.
Hoffenheim went back to the top of the Bundesliga on Saturday with a 2-0 win over Energie Cottbus to prove they can cope without injured striker Vedad Ibisevic.
Police broke up a large right-wing concert attended by several hundred extremists near the small town of Brandenburg an der Havel early on Sunday morning.
Swedish skier Anja Pärson played second fiddle again in the Super G on Sunday to US starlet Lindsey Vonn, who added to her slalom success in the World Cup event in Garmisch Partenkirchen in Germany.
A man in Uddevalla went to collect his dog from a neighbour in the early hours of Sunday morning. But when the dog was not returned the man opened fire with a shotgun.
The director-general of the National Tax Agency (Skatteverket) Mats Sjöstrand has called for the protection of personal data and the closure of websites that use the authority's registers unethically.
S we can! exclaimed the Social Democrat leader Mona Sahlin at the party's conference in Västerås in southern Sweden on Saturday.
Two of Germany's biggest railway unions demanded more explanations from the state-owned rail operator Deutsche Bahn on Saturday to explain why it spied on more than half its workers between 2002 and 2003.